American Suzuki Journal 33.3

Cover picture by Micah Broehm

Published May 2005

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American Suzuki Journal 33.3

Features

Inspiration & Creativity: Mind-Body Integration

Are Suzuki Teachers Looking After Themselves?

Are Suzuki Teachers Looking After Themselves?

Conference

Opportunities for Student Participation

Opportunities for Student Participation

Always with Excellence!

Always with Excellence!

Columns

Chair's Column

Sonore

Sonore

Are You considering a Career in Music?

Are You considering a Career in Music?

Choosing a School

Choosing a School

The Galaxy of Greatness

The Galaxy of Greatness

Thoughts on the Older Beginner

Thoughts on the Older Beginner

How “Nurtured By Love”, Part 1

How “Nurtured By Love”, Part 1

Teacher-Trainer Travels: My First Summer

Teacher-Trainer Travels: My First Summer

Teaching & Learning

The Practicum: What's it All About?

Ringing Notes: What they are and how to make them happen

Ringing Notes: What they are and how to make them happen

The Art of Listening

The Art of Listening

Fernando Sor: The Beethoven of the Guitar

Fernando Sor: The Beethoven of the Guitar

Viewpoints

When to Twinkle—Are Children Ever Too Young?

When to Twinkle—Are Children Ever Too Young?

Suzuki Myths

Suzuki Myths

Latin America

January Events in Latin America

XX International Suzuki Festival, Peru 2005

The 3rd Latin American Teachers' Conference

Novedades de America Latina

El 3er Encuentro de Profesores de America Latina

News From Here & There

Suzuki Education in Italy

Suzuki Education in Italy

I Can't Live Without Music

I Can’t Live Without Music

Xavier Castella recounts the benefits of his Suzuki education. Read more ▶


ASJ 33.3, page 13

Unforgettable: World Convention Memories

Unforgettable: World Convention Memories

Louis Moyse Masterclass Weekend

Louis Moyse Masterclass Weekend

Rainbow Suzuki Strings Revisited

Book Review

Book Review: Solos for Young Violists by Barbara Barber

Book Review: Solos for Young Violists by Barbara Barber

Book Review: Music, the Brain, and Ecstasy: How Music Captures our Imagination by Robert Jourdain

Book Review: Music, the Brain, and Ecstasy: How Music Captures our Imagination by Robert Jourdain

Stories, Poems & Tributes

The Mozart Violin Concerto

The Mozart Violin Concerto

Under My Chin

Under My Chin

Judith Berenson

Judith Berenson